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>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, chef gordon ramsay, from "inferno" felicity jones, and music from jimmy eat world. and now, from this point on -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming.
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i don't know if we have baseball fans in the audience but this is the biggest night for major league baseball in a very long time. not your usual world series. tonight from cleveland, game one between the indians and the cubs. two perennial losers. [ cheers and applause ] neither the cubs nor indians have won the world series since two months before jesus was born. former indians all-star kenny lofton threw out the first pitch tonight. some cleveland fans wanted to see charlie sheen do it i guess because he played an the movie "major league." then they remembered it's baseball, not an 8-ball. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] emotions are running high in both cities, especially in chicago. after the cubs won their series with the dodgers, one fan had a truly spectacular reaction/nervous breakdown. >> he's 35 years old. he's from indiana. and he had just been waiting his
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so those tears, he was crying like so many others tonight in wrigleyville. crying tears of just unbridled joy. >> jimmy: notice he's there alone. [ cheers and applause ] we ought to make him the next bachelor, wouldn't that be great? that was the playoffs. how this is guy going to react if the cubs win the world series? somebody's going to have to watch him. most of the focus in this series is on the cubs. cleveland fans are serious o. the indians haven't won the world series since 1948. the year in which this die-hard tribe fan turned 36 years old. >> she is better known around here as nana. she as life-long cleveland indians fan. if you can believe what your eyes are seeing, she is 104 years young. take a look at the shirt. just one more. i'm not going to mention that word, look how great she looks. this will pressure those indians players to win one for you.
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i die. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they better bin one. they better win one soon. cease been an indians fan ever since she spent the first thanksgiving with them. [ laughter ] we have a great show for you tonight. gordon ramsay is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] master chef and master chef jr., on that one he teaches the "f" word to gordon is known for his aggressive manner of speaking which is not for everyone. we tried something tonight. we took footage from the show and dubbed his voice with more pleasant, a friendlier voice. i'm pleased to present the new and improved gordan ramsay. >> look at all this [ bleep ]. who's putting all this in the bins? [ guillermo's voice ]
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what are you doing, melinda? what are you doing? you are making me mad. making me [ bleep ] mad! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to wash your mouth out with sopapilla. another angry celeb, kanye west is threatening to boycott the grammy awards next year. upset not because of his own music, he's upset because of somebody else's thing, because frank ocean's two most recent albums aren't eligible because apparently they missed the submission deadline. now he might skip the show in some sort of show of solidarity. can you imagine a grammys without kanye being there? [ laughter ] seriously, go ahead and imagine it for a second. it will be peaceful, right? i have a question, when is kanye not mad at the grammys? what he should do is threaten to show up at the grammys, that would fix them. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the election is now
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and donald trump is already laying the groundwork for a media empire. the trump campaign launched what they say will be a nightly show on facebook live last night called "trump tower live." some people believe he's starting to build a new channel called trump tv which is great news. finally we get a chance to see donald trump on tv. but if you're wondering what trump tv might possibly look like, they're already pushing their first scripted series based on a popular conspiracy theory. >> on america. they. are. here. >> thank you. >> thank you.
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>> arrghh! >> the voting dead. only on trump tv. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think it's going to be a hit. that i can tell you. say what you will about donald trump, the man loves this country, he loves america, in fact, he loves america so much hands off or flag. ? there ain't no doubt i love this land ? ? god bless the usa ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what? he can't help it. when he sees a flag he just has to reach out and grab it by the -- stripes, i guess. hey, bad news for those who are covered by obamacare. premiums are going up next year
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the reasons why this is happening are too complicated to get into but here's the gist. if you hate obama, this is his fault. if you like him, it's not his fault at all. the way people react to a story largely depends on how the story's presented and what they already think. so this afternoon when we oent the street, we made it seat like higher premiums -- premiums, a good word most of the time. so we made it seem like higher premiums were a good thing. and this is how people took it in our first-ever edition of "positive sp >> good news today about obamacare, premiums will be increasing by 25%, that's double digits, are you psyched? >> yeah. sounds pretty good to me. >> yeah. did you think obama could pull it off? >> i think obama does a pretty good job. i believe in him. >> thanks to president obama, premiums will increase by double digits. isn't that great? >> yes. >> yeah, obama promised to raise the premiums and he did it, do you want to thank him? >> yeah, definitely. thank you, obama.
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>> for raising the premiums and bowl care. >> do you feel like you finally have the high premium that is you deserve? >> yeah. definitely. at least my parents do. >> yeah. what are they going to do with all that extra premium money they're paying? >> i don't know, buy stuff? >> great. just for the people at home, could you explain real quick what health care premiums are and why it's great that they're increasing? >> they're just, you know, health care stuff that are premium. they're going up. because it's better to go higher than to go lower. >> do you think this will go down as one of greatest contributions to this country, raising those premiums double digits? >> yeah, i think he's going to go out with a bang. i think he's -- the way he's going out is going to be the best, gangster. >> double digits are pretty gangster. >> they are. >> would triple digits be even more gangster? >> even more, more the better. >> quadruple digits? >> yes. >> how high would you like to see premiums go ideally? >> five digits. >> are your friends and family psyched to be spending more
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it's just a thing. it's like we talk about -- it's in the air. it's never really like a set thing that i feel like all my friends and me are talking about or something like that. which it probably should be but it's not. >> it's almost like you don't even understand it at all? >> yeah. most likely, yeah. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back from the break, former nasa engineer named teach you pretty clever and easy to do halloween tricks as a way to torment your family, so stick around, you'll we'll be right b. go, go! [ rock music playing ] have fun with your replaced windows. run away! [ grunts ] leave him! leave him!
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. chef gordon ramsay, felicity jones, and music from jimmy eat world. halloween is monday. marc rober is here, a popular guy on youtube, he comes up with clever pranks and tricks you can do at home. this was marc's first youtube video from 2011. he cut a hole in his shirt and duct taped an ipad inside, in front and another one in he had fake blood then used facetime to make it look like you could see through his body hole. tonight, here with more easy and clever ways to scare your family, please welcome former nasa engineer marc rober! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks for being here. i know you've been working on this coming up with new things. this seems like a waste of your brain, really, to me. isn't it? >> no, it's totally worth it.
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the concept today is sort of like last-minute halloween ideas you can make with junk playing around your house. you procrastinated again this year. >> jimmy: everybody waits till the last minute. things you can do and make a big impa impact. >> three decoration ideas and three costumes. we'll start over here. so this one's really simple. you know how you get those fake bugs. if you put one on the wall of your house, like that looks a little creepy, right? if and buy a buttload of these and put them on the wall of your house -- this is a lot creepy. >> jimmy: that's great. by the way, the picture's a little disturbing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is what my first apartment in tampa looked like. that would actually kill my wife. that would be the end of her. most people would hate this.
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it's especially fun for kids. >> yeah, and easy, right? >> jimmy: fun if you're in a hotel and you call the maid up to your room. all right, what else do we have here? >> so this one is a way to take your pumpkin carving game to expert level. so you're going to carve something simple like this. >> jimmy: yeah. >> this is simple. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. >> there's a free app, digital dudz. download it. then put it inside the pumpkin and secure it there. it -- you win. i mean, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what if you're unable to harvest the pumpkin? >> i'm glad you asked. you don't have to be michelangelo to make this look good. so right here, this is just a simple one, right? then you could add dry ice to the inside and just it's like a nice touch. >> jimmy: dry ice sales must
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>> i would think so. >> jimmy: i'd think most of the dry ice in this country -- look at that. [ cheers and applause ] that's very simple. you just take two $500 pieces of electronic equipment and put them in a wet gourd and you've got a hilarious thing. all right, what else do we have here? >> this is our last kind of decor item. take a jar like this add some food coloring. then you're going to take a picture of your buddy from the >> jimmy: that's your buddy? >> photoshop it. then you kind of stick it in there. >> jimmy: what, did you laminate it? >> laminate it. excellent point. then get a cheap wig and stick that in there. [ applause ] >> jimmy: is it raise to do on photoshop?
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[ cheers and applause ] as a man of science, these look really creepy. as a man of science i want to do an experiment to see exactly how creepy. so i took your severed head and put it in the refrigerator of my friends and family. >> jimmy: oh, great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i boss wondering why i felt a chill. all right. oh, you've got a camera in there. >> aah! >> jimmy: there's guillermo. >> aah! >> what is that? >> jimmy: i think i would react a lot more strongly than they did to something like that. [ cheers and applause ] that's fun. lamination is going to be the hard part of that. but otherwise you're in the clear. what do we have now? what are you doing now? >> this is like a cool thing to
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it looks like super realistic. >> jimmy: it is. >> and the key is just like you're bending your wrist like this. it is pretty simple to pull off. get a fake hand from the store, chop it in half, take a gardening glove, then you sort of glue the fingers around the actual stump and cut a slit in the wrist and put your hand through and bend it. >> jimmy: this would be fun at traffic lights also. [ laughter ] that's a good one. >> that's pretty good, right? >> jimmy: that's very good. >> so this one's perhaps my favorite. because it's really easy to pull off. >> jimmy: yes. >> you're going to get an old shirt you don't want, you cut a hole in it. you use paint for fake blood. then again you're going to use the app, digital dudz. harness your inner nasa engineer and duct tape the phone to the shirt. you show up at the party in jeans and a shirt and people are like, dude, that's lame, where's your costume? you're like, oh, you mean this old thing? >> jimmy: a beating heart.
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that's right. >> jimmy: i happen to have a beating heart in my old. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: disgusting. >> if beating hearts make you squeamish, double tap and you get maggots. >> you could put one in your fly and got knows what video you could put in there. all right, you've got one more costume for us. >> our final idea is you take a cheap mask like this. and then take some of your and you put them all on upside down. and then this happens. >> jimmy: you put the mask on your -- your man parts. this requires some sort of athletic ability. this is not for everyone. what the hell? [ laughter ] oh, wow, look at that, wow. mark rober, everybody. thank you, mark.
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tonight on the show, music from jimmy and the world. felicity jones is here. we'll be right back with gordon ramsay! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by ally. do it right. ? ? ? only those who dare drive the world forward.
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>> jimmy: hello there, welcome back to the show. tonight from the forthcoming "star wars: rogue one" and the new sequel to the da vinci code "infer "inferno," felicity jones is here then their latest album is called "integrity blues" jimmy eat world from the crown royal stage. it always makes me hungry when jimmy eat world is on the show. tomorrow night andrew garfield will be here, mario batali will join us, we'll have music from conor oberst. and on thursday miles teller, science bob pflugfelder, and music from alessia cara. our first guest is a talented chef who came to this country to dispel the myth that brits are more polite than we are. he has cooked and cursed his way to season 16 of "hell's kitchen" watch it friday nights on fox. please say hello to gordon
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[ cheers and applause ] ? >> thank you. >> jimmy: you look great. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: you get bigger and stronger every single time you're here. i'm starting to fear for my life in five years. >> i suppose it's all to keep fit as i get older. >> jimmy: are you on what's going on with you? my god. may i feel your body? holy cow, it's ridiculous. you might have to run for governor with all this. >> no, no, no, no. >> jimmy: you turn 50 on election day in two weeks. [ cheers and applause ] >> no, no, 49. >> jimmy: you're 49 right now. >> it's the worth birthday. everybody wants to talk about your 50th. i'm just like, come on. let me celebrate my 49th in peace. how inconsiderate to have an election on my birthday.
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>> shockers. >> jimmy: nobody's going to be paying attention to your birthday. will you mind that nobody's paying attention? >> it's our youngest daughter's birthday as well, we share the birthday? does that give you an extra bond? >> no, no, tilly's going to be 15. so about five years ago she said, dad, forget all your birthdays now, you've had enough, let's celebrate mine in a much bigger way. she's coming over and we're going to do a little -- in fact, we're going to be -- >> jimmy: she's coming over? she doesn't live in your ho >> she's in england. >> jimmy: oh, in england, that's what the accent is, i was wondering what was going on. >> we're going to be working and maybe go out for a wonderful dinner. >> jimmy: why is she going to be working? >> the show, a little skit on there, doing something exciting with the master chef, mystery box, have a bit of fun. >> jimmy: i gotcha, that's good, that seems like a fun birthday. >> amazing. >> who cares about your birthday, really. when you get to be an adult,
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50, some schmuck said the best thing about being 50 is it's the gateway to 60. i'm thinking [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. we're not into our 50s yet and you're talking about 60. >> jimmy: which do you think is worse, 50 or 60? >> 39. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 39 is a little bit depressing but 49? i'm going to be 49 next month. it's weird. yeah. >> yeah, it's been a tough one. the beginning of the year i rupture mid achilles. >> jimmy: right. >> i guess my son in the back garden, turned around, bang, achilles went. for the first time in ever, ten weeks, i had to literally sit down, feet up. >> jimmy: i can't imagine you sitting down. ten weeks? >> shocking. i could only put my leg down for one hour every 12 hours, nightmare. >> jimmy: what did you do? >> all the kids bolted out early. >> jimmy: nobody stayed around to take care of dad? >> no, no, no. it was quite sad. i had a sort of backpack, a
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breakfast in there. i was like shuffling around the house on my ass. it was depressing. >> they packed you up like a toddler at camp. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> i wasn't even allowed to go to the bathroom. so i had this sort of embarrassing carton. >> jimmy: a carton? >> to go for like a little, you know. gentleman's thing. >> jimmy: well, i know what -- i have it too, yeah. but -- >> no, but just getting to the bathroom on crutches straight after surgery. >> jimmy: that's no wow. sounds like you can use a new year here, huh? >> so damn mad, that was a tough one? you did something -- i was jealous. i saw that you were in austin, texas, over the weekend. and you had one of the great dining spots in all the united states, franklin's barbecue there. you ate all this stuff? >> [ bleep ] no. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no. that was incredible. you know that, seriously. >> jimmy: i've eaten there many times and it's fantastic. and the line. did you wait in the line? the line goes around the corner.
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anyone cut the line. [ laughter ] >> you always get me into trouble. you know, us chefs have a bit of a bond, we look after each other. to answer the question, no. >> jimmy: other chefs are allowed to cut the line. >> just knock on the back door. >> jimmy: how did you like it? >> delicious, brilliant. >> jimmy: do they have barbecue like this in europe or is america the mecca? >> nowhere near it, honestly. i came from dubai on a flight 16 1/2 hours. i food. are you ill, you're not eating? i said, no, i'm starving myself ahead of this incredible barbecue. when i got there i was so excited. look at the size of that tray. >> jimmy: i know. >> that was for two. >> jimmy: oh, that's a tray for two. >> yeah, the tray for two. >> jimmy: is the other one a human or a moose? >> here's the weird thing. i've never in nearly 25 years of eating out, i've never of asked for a to-go bag. that was the first time i've taken food away from a
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hotel in the middle of the night? >> i gave it to my driver. >> jimmy: the driver. >> a local guy. >> jimmy: you never had a doggy bag in your life? >> never. >> jimmy: do they call it a doggy bag in england? that's the reason we don't pick them up. [ laughter ] my first time here, 15 years ago, being interviewed by journalist, someone said take the salad to go. what, my salad? yeah, for tomorrow morning. do you have any idea how caesar salad tastes after five minut breakfast? no way. my driver it's the first time he's eaten it. he could never afford the time off to wait in the bloody queue. >> jimmy: it's like six hours to get in there. you're lucky and your driver is lucky. i don't think i've ever had a doggy bag either. it's for a different reason. because i am suffa glutton. fy like it, my body is a doggy bag. i will take it home inside me. rather than have them put it in a thing. >> honestly, the breads. you eat on the table, there's no
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mopping up the grease. shooing the flies away. within ten minutes i was full. amazing place. >> jimmy: why do you think american barbecue so is great? why can't they replicate that in other countries? there are some countries that have great barbecue -- >> at franklin's they brine, smoke, rub, cook these things for such a long time. there's no set hours there. once they've sold out that's it. they shut up shop. they've never done a second one outside austin which is amazing. why do don't we get barbecue right in england? it's always pissing rain. >> jimmy: that's what it is, weather. >> the weather. >> jimmy: halloween, will you dress up, wear a costume? no? of course not. your children still do this? >> it's not a big thing in the uk. >> jimmy: it isn't? >> not really, no. also i think -- it's more of a sort of children's thing. but it's something we don't do a lot of now. >> jimmy: since you've been here
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to rate the five worst halloween treats. these are the five worst things you get when you go to the door with gordon's commentary on that. and here they are. numbers one through five. >> hello, i'm gordon ramsay. this halloween excited young children will come to your door with bags open. you have a choice. you can give them something good to eat or you can give them smarties. pfft! seriously, the perfect combination of aspirin and tums. smarties are for [ bleep ] dummies. circus peanuts. look at it. how [ bleep ] sad are they? do you know what circus peanuts are? clown [ bleep ]. enjoy! kandy korn. it's not candy, it's not corn, it's ear wax formed in the shape of a rotten tooth.
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apples. do i look like a [ bleep ] teacher, mate? let me give you a lesson, buy proper [ bleep ] candy. pennies. in 2016 you're still giving out [ bleep ] pennies? [ bleep ] off. >> paid for by children with toilet paper and eggs. >> jimmy: gordon ramsay, everybody! "hell's kitchen" returns friday, november 4th, 8:00 on fox.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. felicity jones and music from jimmy eat world is on the way but first, a message from our friends at ally, who have recently launched the ally lucky penny sweepstakes. they've placed a hundred ally lucky pennies in 10 cities, that could be worth $1,000 each, for a total of $100,000 up for grabs. that's a lot of money, so people are coming up with some unique ways to round up pennies, including my friend guillermo. >> i'm going to get a penny for my thought right here on hollywood boulevard. all the pennies count but i'm looking for the one who counts more than the other ones. that's right. a penny for my thought? i think you should be able to call in sick when you are sick of your job.
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hi, there. wee back. still to come, music from jimmy world. our next guest is about to become a focal point for nerds from near and far far away. her new star wars movie comes out later this year and on friday, you can see her alongside tom hanks get his new thriller "inferno." it opens in theaters friday. please welcome felicity jones! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: felicity, i don't mean to be dumb but i am dumb so i really can't get around it. do you know gordon ramsay? i just assume all british celebrities know each other. >> we're best friends. we do. >> jimmy: you do? >> we recently were on radio 2 in england with chris evans. >> jimmy: i see. >> so we got to know each other there and had a fantastic time.
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cooking? are you interested in that sort of thing? >> i love cooking. >> you do. >> seriously love it. >> jimmy: what do you cook? >> there's a great tradition in my family of italian cooking. >> oh, really? >> yes. >> jimmy: wow, even with the accent and all. my mother is italian, we have a great tradition of not knowing how to cook anything else. >> exactly. you'd think there would be more imagination. but it's literally minestrone soup, in the household all the time. my great great grandmother was italian. >> jimmy: where was she there? >> luka in tuscany. >> jimmy: did you know her? was she around when you were a kid? >> very much her daughter, my great grandmother, who lived to be in her 90s, she was very much around and it was a huge part of our family culture. we'd constantly be kind of meeting up.
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particularly there's this dish thatpy father is obsessed with which is penne pasta with -- i've got to get this right otherwise he's going to be really cross -- with salami and rosemary. like a carbonara with a twist. it's very good. >> jimmy: your dad likes the penne with salami, huh? every dad lines penne with salami, that's worldwide. >> it's dad food, yes. >> jimmy: you could be ethiopia and you'd put penne and salami italy, right? >> we did. >> jimmy: so much fun to watch. it's an action movie but you feel like you're learning things. learning about dante, art. you're shooting in museums. you're really shooting in the museums. do they shut those museums down when you're in there? >> they actually -- you kind of have a limited amount of time. it's usually you've got about 20 minutes to half an hour to quickly shoot something and then get moving. obviously they have to open up for the visitors who have
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see these great pieces of artwork. but we would often -- i sometimes felt quite sorry for ron howard who was directing us. the actors would just disappear. we'd be going to look at some beautiful piece of artwork somewhere in a room and he'd be going, come back to set! no, i'm looking at the botticellis! >> jimmy: do the curators get nervous with the botticellis around and there are fake bullets being fired inside the museum? >> they actually -- if feel nervous, they didn't express it. they were very cool with us. >> jimmy: did you know ron howard only as a director? or did you know that he was opie on "the andy griffith show" and he was ritchie cunningham? >> who doesn't know about ritchie cunningham? >> jimmy: open opie, you've got to see that if you haven't. >> i will. i'll go back and look through. he's still pretty cute. >> jimmy: tom hanks is
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with. [ laughter ] was it intimidating? being with him? >> yes, it's really hard work. really, really hard work. >> jimmy: he's a tough one, he really is. >> really tough. such a diva. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you had a car chase scene. was that the first car chase scene you've had in your career? >> it was. it was my first time driving an a-list movie star and nearly killing them. >> jimmy: are you really driving in those scenes? >> yes. i'm -- at the wheel. mr. tom hanks was sitting next to me. and i had to come out of this parking lot as you say in america. >> jimmy: yes. what do you call it? we call it car park. >> jimmy: car park. >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, ours is better. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but go on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry. >> no. >> jimmy: i told you i was dumb at the beginning of the interview. >> no, i'm not going to defend
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just no. >> jimmy: so anyway. >> so then we were coming out and it's quite a sharp corner. and the italian streets are pretty tiny. for some reason my character had the most enormous car they could find. and so just as i was very kind of cooly trying to turn this corner, i basically bashed the entire side of tom's car. >> jimmy: oh. >> of the car with tom in the side into the wall. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> yeah. and oaf. luckily he was very cool. >> jimmy: do they make you pay for that? does that come out of your check? how does that go? >> yeah, they -- i mean, they did say that was it, job's over, you're going back to england. >> jimmy: are you ready -- are you prepared and fully understanding -- i presume that you do -- what is about to happen when the "star wars" rogue one comes out, that you will probably never sleep again? that you will be surrounded by a
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from the moment that movie comes out until you die? >> well, i feel like i'm slowly joining the community. >> jimmy: you do. >> yeah. recently we were sent a box of toy laser guns which i have to say is the most fun ever. >> jimmy: are they good? >> they're amazing. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. incredible. especially when you're at home and you don't have too much to do and you're a bit bored. you can go around, i boyfriend, we were shooting each other with lasers. >> jimmy: you're turning into nerds as a result of this movie. >> absolutely, i'm joining the nerd community. i'm with them. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're going to have to get a lot of those things. >> actually, to the point where i actually brought you a present. >> jimmy: i notice they had stuffed something in the couch. i was wondering what was going on. >> it's very awfully placed. i brought this all the way from the uk. and it's actually -- >> jimmy: are you proposing to
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is this a ring? >> leslie ann jewelry, a fremd of mine, give her a plug. no, i'm not going to propose. but i do hope -- >> jimmy: then i'll leave. >> hope that you appreciate -- >> what that is? let me have a look. oh, wow. is this your character? oh, this is your character. >> it's a tiny lego doll. >> jimmy: it's a tiny lego doll. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: with a rocket launcher. and a gun. and it's drunk. look at that it can't stay up. it's totally hammered. wow. now it's upside down. i don't know how to work it. wow, congratulations. you know what? you know you've made it when you have your own lego. batman has his own lego. now you have your own lego too. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: felicity jones,"
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be right back with jimmy eat world! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is brought to you by new crown royal vanilla whiskey.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is brought to you by new crown royal vanilla whiskey. vanilla so good. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank gordon ramsay, felicity jones and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. speaking of felicity jones, i discovered a terrible secret. zoom if here. look at this "nightline" is next but first their album is called "integrity blues" here with the song "sure and certain" jimmy eat world! ?
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? the clever ways i try to change happen and pass leaving me the same ? ? of course it must be something else leading questions i might ask myself ? ? sure and certain wander til we're old lost and lurking wonder til we're cold ? ? ? what you do works for
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? if you keep going on like this i'll be one more thing for you to miss ? ? sure and certain wander til we're old lost and lurking wonder til we're cold ? ? sure and certain wander til we're old lost and lurking wonder til we're cold ?
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? ? ? ? sure and certain wander til we're old lost and lurking wonder til we're cold ?
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